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University Of Vermont Students Put Out Ad For "House MILF"

| by Sylvan Lane

As fun as college life is, it’s easy to miss the comforts of home. That being said, it looks like ten men from the University of Vermont took their desire for some home cooking and cleaning to a new level by posting a Craigslist ad for a “house MILF.”

The ad, which was taken down by craigslist, read:

We are a house of 10 men who all are seniors at UVM and are looking for an attractive older woman to come and cook for us every few days. In exchange she gets her pick of the men of the house to have.

Requirements aren't lengthy; be a woman older than 25 who can cook and would like to enjoy some hot sex with a number of fit 20 somethings. Hopefully you can come by every week for a meal and some play time. Obviously we can work to accommodate your schedule. ;)

We are located in Burlington, are a fun and clean group of guys, and are all 21+. 

For those unacquainted with the acronym, MILF stands for “mother I’d like to f***,” which apparently counts women who could have been seniors when these men were freshmen based on their 25+ age requirement.

As of now, it’s unclear whether the ad was posted as a joke or not, but the exploit could land these 10 men in serious trouble with the Burlington police—if anyone can find out who they are.

UVM Police Chief Lianne Tuomey told the Burlington Free Press the men could be charged with solicitation, and she took the posting seriously enough to assign a detective to look into possible criminal activity.

According to to UVM, the ad was deleted at the request of university police.

“Since Craiglist does not release the names of individuals posting ads, we do not yet know for a fact that this ill-advised and offensive post originated with a University of Vermont student or students,” UVM spokesman Enrique Corredera said in a statement. “The matter has been referred to UVM Police Services, which has worked successfully with Craigslist to have the post removed.”

Sources: The Daily Dot, The Burlington Free Press